From the ABC 7 Weather team

Gray and damp through mid-week, but Thanksgiving looking swell

November 21, 2011 - 04:33 AM
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Travelers will have to dodge some showers through the first half of the week before we dry out by Thanksgiving.

Today: AM Sprinkle, Mostly Cloudy, Seasonable

Highs: Mid to Upper 50s | Wind: NE 5-10

Overnight: Mostly Cloudy, Few Showers Possible

Lows: 40s | Wind: E 2-6

Tomorrow: Mostly Cloudy, Showers Likely, Especially Late

Highs: Mid 50s | Wind: S 5-10

An approaching cold front peppered the area with showers overnight with a few sprinkles lingering this morning. It will be a bit cooler today in the wake of the front with highs in the 50s and abundant clouds. The front will stall across the region and then retreat northward as a warm front Tuesday, leading to a few more showers, though not a washout. The best chance of rain will come late Tuesday night and Wednesday as a low pressure area heads toward the Northeast.

Behind this storm comes drier weather for Thanksgiving Day as high pressure settles into the Mid-Atlantic. Expect plenty of brilliant sunshine with seasonable highs in the mid 50s. As the high pushes eastward, we will see a southerly flow of milder weather Friday, boosting readings to near 60 for the big shopping day. Have a great new week.

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